Yarock 0.9.64 released, Install it in Ubuntu Linux Mint

Last updated: November 9, 2013

Yarock, a Qt4 Modern Music Player designed to provide an easy and pretty music collection browser based on cover art now reached a new version with new features and improvements. One interesting feature is add support to drag from playqueue to file browser in order to copie music file to folder.

What’s New in Yarock 0.9.64:

  • New : add support for multiset album (grouping or not)
  • New : add support to drag from playqueue to file browser (in order to copie music file to folder)
  • New : add standalone vlc audio engine (without phonon layer)
  • New : add option to choose color scheme
  • BugFix : fix multithreading issue when populating playqueue
  • BugFix : fix cover searcher threadmanager
  • BugFix : fix crash on media item context menu access
  • BugFix : fix lyricsmania extraction rule
  • BugFix : fix echonest artist image download
  • BugFix : fix context view item layout update
  • BugFix : fix seek bar and time label widget spacing
  • Change : reorganise code structure
  • Change : rewrite file dialogs
  • Change : replace navigator bar by a menu icon bar
  • Change : lot of minor ui improvement
  • yarock 0.9.64

    Install Yarock:

    There’s a PPA repository contains yarock packages for Ubuntu 13.10, Ubuntu 13.04, Ubuntu 12.10, Ubuntu 12.04 and their derivatives. The new release will be available soon in this PPA.

    To add the PPA, press Ctrl+Alt+T and run command in terminal:

    sudo add-apt-repository ppa:samrog131/ppa

    Then install the player:

    sudo apt-get update; sudo apt-get install yarock

    Yarock source code: launchpad.net/yarock


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